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Would You Pay $200,000 to Have Dinner With Christopher Buckley and Malcolm Gladwell?

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Unfair Park was among those at the Dallas Contemporary this morning getting an early look at this year's Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, and among the gems inside: this high-performance, Burning Man-tested cupcake car, yours for the low, low price of $25,000 (Santa not included).

Other highlights on display this morning include this souped-up electric motorcycle (only $73,000), his-and-hers private planes ($250,000), a massive chandelier valued at a mere $12,000 and a $200,000 seat at the Algonquin Round Table next to the likes of Malcolm Gladwell, Christopher Buckley, Nora Ephron, Anna Deavere Smith and George Stephanopoulos.

Update: For some holiday shopping inspiration, check out our slide show from the showcase.

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